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I'm A Ragdoll

With My Granny

By Cathy DeslippePublished 7 months ago 1 min read
I'm A Ragdoll
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Many many years ago.

Presents were for a few.

Yet I do recall,

A ragdoll that was made for me.

My granny knew my identity.

It was fun playing with wooden trucks and cars,

even playing in the dirt.

Yet when my granny made me a doll.

It was the best gift of them all.

The doll felt so real to me.

A little friend it came to be.

One who had the same identity.

We wore the same dress.

Our hair was a mess.

We told secrets to,

thank you granny for being you.


childrens poetry

About the Creator

Cathy Deslippe

Catherine Deslippe

At the age of 7, I became an author. I am an international writer with many authors; all royalties went to cancer patients without insurance. I used to write to cope, but now I write to bring others hope.

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Comments (1)

  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran7 months ago

    Awww, so sweet of her to make a ragdoll for you! Loved your poem!

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